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    STUDIA CHEMIA - Ediţia nr.2 din 2005  
         
  Articol:   E-LEARNING IN PROCESS AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING EDUCATION: STUDENTS AND FACULTY MEMBER POINT OF VIEW.

Autori:  LAUREANO JIMÉNEZ ESTELLER.
 
       
         
  Rezumat:  The aim of this work is to discuss the results of two surveys on e-learning carried out at eight chemical engineering faculties from seven European countries. The first survey was conducted with students, the second with faculty members. The focus of the survey was on aspects such as computer and network facilities, on-line use, personal skills in several computer applications, and use of computer-based learning materials. Similarities and contrasts regarding e-learning were analysed within the group of students as well as between students and faculty members. For the students, differences considering gender, faculty, and region were studied using both, descriptive and multivariate statistical techniques. Results show that the differences in computer use were stronger between different faculties than between women and men. The use of information and communication technologies is still evolving and all stakeholders (organisation, students and staff) are still exploring the best procedure to reach the maximum potential of these tools. Students attitudes towards e-learning are rather conservative and the driving force depends mainly on the faculty members, who have a slightly more positive attitude to distance-learning initiatives. This positive attitude promotes a large number of e-learning activities. Efforts range from single personal initiatives to cooperative projects on regional, national or international level. The EuPaCe.net consortium (www.eupace.net) challenge consists in building a community that bundles some of these efforts, providing a platform to create an international online community.  
         
     
         
         
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